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Protesters are gathering outside of Google’s headquarters. According to an “occupy Google” website, their goals are to “create and maintain is an Internet that acts as a free speech zone, a horizontal space for communication and sharing of information, and a public commons.”

Pictures of this protest are appearing on Twitter under the hashtag #OccupyGoogle, and as TechCrunch points out, some protesters have been arrested.

Protesters are encouraging Google to black out their website for a day in support. They also want the tech giant to provide links to petitions and a net neutrality comment page hosted by the Federal Communications Commission.